Residential Treatment Center for New Mexico Teens
Equinox is a residential treatment center for New Mexico boys ages 14 to 18, located outside of Asheville, North Carolina. At Equinox, students are a part of a clinically intensive, trauma-informed, neurologically-based and adventure-filled program.
Although Equinox is not located in New Mexico, our residential treatment center helps young men and their families from around the United States achieve lasting change.
Our residential treatment center for New Mexico teens is unique because, we believe that family is the most fundamental unit of growth and healing. Many New Mexico families who come to our program are frustrated, scared, and concerned for their son. Through our relationship-based therapeutic approach, families see positive outcomes and rebuild healthy relationships with their child.
Equinox is designed for the specific needs of teen boys, which can be difficult to find in local New Mexico residential treatment centers. At our program, we strive to help families find the best therapeutic approach for their son.
Young men who come to our program often struggle with depression, trauma or loss, and emotional or behavioral problems. Equinox uses a holistic approach to treat the mind, body, and soul through multiple forms of therapeutic techniques, academics, community involvement, and adventure.
For more information about how a residential treatment center for New Mexico teens can help, please call 877-279-8925.
Who does Equinox RTC help?
Equinox RTC helps New Mexico teens in a Residential Treatment Center setting who are struggling with issues similar to those below:
– Poor Relationship Choices
– Nonverbal Learning Disorder
– Addictive Behaviors
– Asperger’s Disorder
– Grief and Loss
– Family Dysfunction
– Adoption Issues
– Impulse Control
– Low Self Esteem
– Social Issues
Finding Help for Your New Mexico Teen at Equinox Residential Treatment Center
Families searching for the right residential treatment center for their New Mexico teen can be challenging. Equinox Residential Treatment Center offers some of the most advanced therapeutic techniques in the country. The Hero’s Journey is an important part of our program at Equinox, we believe that each student has the ability to be their own hero. Through the multiple concepts and phases within the Hero’s Journey, students experience growth and change. Equinox also provides multiple other therapeutic approaches to help each individual’s needs.
Some of the other therapeutic approaches our residential treatment center offers include:
- Milieu Therapy: At Equinox, we use an experiential approach that uses the residential environment to help boys observe and experience change in everyday experiences. Milieu Therapy provides intervention that is nearly impossible to experience in traditional therapy settings. Positive peer culture is a therapeutic approach that utilizes the social culture of our residential treatment center for New Mexico teens to create healthy changes in our students.
- Adventure Therapy: Adventure Therapy at Equinox, provides students with the ability to have meaningful learning opportunities through recreational activities such as mountain biking, canoeing, hiking, and rafting. Though these activities boys learn how to work together as a team, building trust and caring relationships.
- Psychiatric Services: Equinox provides a psychiatrist on staff who manages the medication and treatment needs of our students. Psychiatric care and medication management are a vital part of the holistic treatment approach. Many of our students who come to our program on medications, have positive responses to treatment that they eventually reduce or eliminate the need for medications.
Resources for New Mexico Families Seeking Help
Your Little Professor : Your Little Professor is a site that provides various resources for families seeking help or information on mental health issues found in children. While it is mainly focused on helping parents of children with autism spectrum, it has useful resources on other diagnosis’s. This site is good for parents who are seeking treatment programs for their child, articles that provide information, parenting tips, and new therapy approaches.
Wikidata – Wikidata offers an endless collection of data related to specific terms. This resource includes information on a variety of subjects, including mental health. If you are looking for a concise definition of a mental health term, Wikidata would be a good source for that. Wikidata has defined various terms surrounding residential treatment.
Equinox RTC Helps Families From New Mexico
Some examples of cities from New Mexico which may have families who may be interested in Equinox RTC include: Albuquerque Las Cruces Rio Rancho Santa Fe Lamy
Equinox RTC helps New Mexico families from:
Equinox RTC helps New Mexico families from cities and towns like: Lamy Los Ranchos de Albuquerque Santa Fe Sandia Park Cedar Crest Tijeras North Valley Bosque Farms Mesilla Park Edgewood
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